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The Paid Sick Leave Law

The Paid Sick Leave Law (PSLL) was approved by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on April 3, 2020, adding to the initial PSLL that was signed on March 18, 2020. This was codified under section 196-b of the New York Labor Law, and it states that employees may begin accruing sick leave as of September 30, 2020, and using sick leave as of January 1, 2021. This law covers all employers in New York State and gives employees a minimum of 40 hours of paid or unpaid sick leave and a maximum of 56 paid hours, depending on the net income and size of their employer. This law does

10 Free Online Learning Applications for Educators

The coronavirus has taken the world by storm and New York State is not exempt as there are now over 16,000 confirmed cases and over 150 deaths in New York State alone. It’s taken a huge toll on the stock market, businesses, and schools. The governor has issued an...

Sustainability… The Way to a Bigger Bottom Line

The very essence of sustainability is to maintain an ecological balance through the perseveration of our limited natural resources. Being eco-friendly is an important factor for businesses on multiple levels; people, planet, and profit. Changes do not need to be...
The Paid Sick Leave Law

The Paid Sick Leave Law

The Paid Sick Leave Law (PSLL) was approved by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on April 3, 2020, adding to the initial PSLL that was signed on March 18, 2020. This was codified under section 196-b of the New York Labor Law, and it states that employees may begin accruing sick leave as of September 30, 2020, and using sick leave as of January 1, 2021. This law covers all employers in New York State and gives employees a minimum of 40 hours of paid or unpaid sick leave and a maximum of 56 paid hours, depending on the net income and size of their employer. This law does

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10 Free Online Learning Applications for Educators

10 Free Online Learning Applications for Educators

The coronavirus has taken the world by storm and New York State is not exempt as there are now over 16,000 confirmed cases and over 150 deaths in New York State alone. It’s taken a huge toll on the stock market, businesses, and schools. The governor has issued an...

read more
Sustainability… The Way to a Bigger Bottom Line

Sustainability… The Way to a Bigger Bottom Line

The very essence of sustainability is to maintain an ecological balance through the perseveration of our limited natural resources. Being eco-friendly is an important factor for businesses on multiple levels; people, planet, and profit. Changes do not need to be...

read more